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clinton's very first dinner. he had a big hollywood following. they all wanted to come to the dinner. she said then of course when barak obama came to dinner, it became even bigger, during those two administrations, we are seeing a big influx of hollywood stars this whole week, really. >> and everything in between those two administrations. okay. thank you so much. we appreciate it. wing will forward it to. of course, we'll be covering it this evening. cnn gives you the best seat in the house for the coeur d'alene sp -- correspondence dinner. tune in. coming up in 30 minutes, we're counting down to the fastest two minutes in sports and a possible historic kentucky derby win. and at 3:00 from tornado to flooding, chad meyers looks back at this week's wild and dangerous weather. see you in 30 minutes. "your money" starts right now. >>> a decisive turn in the job market. i'm christine romans. this is "your money." like the movie, the u.s. economy was frozen in the first quarter. the polar vortex shrinking growth. but let it go. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ >> there is a spring thaw and jo
seized by another country. would moscow show restraint week after week. how would president clinton responded parts of this country were seized to request to remove his army from those parts of the country. there is some irony in russian demand given the manner in which it would deal with separatism within its borders. it has been 63 days since russia began its campaign to annex crimea. the ukrainian government has chosen peace day after day. russia, day after day, has chosen to pursue more territory. consider the following facts. it stopped almost all train movements. that is an illegal act. it is an illegal act. for russian activists beat up to journalists near the administration building. we can go on and on about the illegal acts. 32 buildings are under occupation. we have seen dozens of officials legally detained. and the group of eight monitors objected in direct defiance. alongside all this action, we have heard the russian federation building its case for intervention. we were not even part in the ukraine in the good old days. invoking article 51 and self-defense as activate
was a united states senator in 2012 when the attack occurred, hillary clinton was the secretary of state. i'm not sure what he'll be able to add as far as what happened during those critical few days. this is an issue that could hover over the former secretary if she decides to run for president. >> we've heard her testify on this issue in the past. it's clearly something that's an important issue for her. an emotional issue because of four people being killed. it's going to be something that comes up on the campaign trail, should she decide to run. but this is a way for republicans to kind of get into this whole notion of the president's foreign policy. has it been effective in fighting terror? and this is something they're going to use. >> some good news for the president, those job numbers we reported ted top of the hour, almost 300,000 new jobs created last month alone, 288,000 to be specific. >> you notice, it's the first thing the president talked about when he was doing this press conference, was angela merkel. >> he said my good friend angela, i want to start off -- >> i just want t
was being turned into a massive killing field the world stood idly by. both president clinton and ewan chief kofi annan had information that could have prevented or at least mitigated the rwanda genocide but chose indifference that enable the slaughter of unprecedented proportion. i herald a series of hearings, three, on rwanda and what are the people who we had information in hand. the general was there on the ground willing to take action to curtail what turned out to be upwards of 1 million people who were slaughtered and with that information, again i could've been prevented or at least largely mitigated. when the blood stopped flowing the word looked at the corpse piled high and shocked. never again was the phrase of egeland lives. it is happening again. our witnesses know and they will bear witness today. the question before us today is whether the phrase never again is one we sober used to pay lip service while nothing being done or not enough and whether not we're going to act. we do have to distinguish witnesses from state today and as i mentioned that's assistance secretary jackson
and files suit against the nba? we're joined by the former counsel for bill clinton, a sports business analyst and former nba player cedric maxwell. lanny, are you as surprised as i that there has not been an apology from sterling? >> well, it is surprising to me, unless his goal in life is to lose credibility with friends and doesn't care about his reputation. and there are people who get to a point in life that really don't care. it looks like that is really the case. if he did care a long time ago he would have apologized and put the team up for sale himself and indicated that he doesn't deserve to own the team given what he clearly feels about african-americans, which is racism. >> cedric, i think i saw out of the corner of my eye as i was doing the intro and perhaps setting a precedent, i think i saw you nod. speak to that issue if you would. >> well, i think one of the things you really look at, you are setting the precedent. a couple of years ago kobe bryant said something that was homophobic about an official. what happens if somebody finds a tape with kobe bryant saying someth
, how would he stack up against a hillary clinton candidacy? in the battle for 201, which political dynasty would win. >>> and malaysia airlines releases its report on flight 370's disappearance. does it end with questions about the confidence of the response? well, far from it. >>> welcome to "the lead," coming to you live from the prairie chapel ranch in crawford, texas, better known as the home away from home for our 43rd president, george w. bush. i sat down with the former president here at what was once referred to as the western white house during his time in office. we had a wide-ranging conversation from everything from wounded warriors to his brother's jeb, to become the third president bush, to whether vladimir putin changed. mr. bush even weighed in on the racial controversy in the nba. our nation's veterans, as i said, they are the reason we are here today. it was right here at this ranch in the texas wild that mr. bush grappled so often with some of the toughest decisions of his presidency, decisions that would put american service men and women in harm's way. in the n
roth. we were so passionate about it, madeleine may remember, that president clinton joked that ato must be offering to move the headquarters to wilmington, delaware -- because -- no, i'm serious. it was -- do you remember that's what he said at the time of the official vote. but you know, all these years later, there are some who look at russia's aggression in ukraine and say -- maybe we should not have extended security guarantees to poland, romania, bulgaria and the baltic states. but i think it shows we had to extend that guarantee, because we reject and continue to reject, have rejected the notion of a sphere of influence built on the backs of the people who deserve freedom -- freedom that we always supported and that we believe is as vital today as it was then. and let's be clear -- the current crisis born in the enlargment of nato and the eu 15 yeras ago has nothing to do with -- 15 years ago has nothing to do with the enlargement of nato. it was born in the kremlin. it was born in putin's mind. t has nothing to do with the fact that we expanded nato. and here's another debat
on facebook and twitter. tonight, former president bill clinton speaks at georgetown university. vice president biden talks about and ukraine. then senator bob corker on ukraine. a house hearing on exporting natural gas to europe. >> on the next "washington ofrnal," the effotrts republicans to have federal lands transferred to state control. and a discussion of the economy and job creation. live at 7 a.m. eastern. share your thoughts on the program by calling in and your comments on facebook and footer. -- twitter. >> there's a lot more trauma and people's lives, a lot more disconnection, a lot more families are broken that should not be broken. i am not talking about the worst terrible means. families that cannot hold because of the stress of life, not holding a job, living in class,rld, that working up-and-down world can put a lot of strain on people, that connection they should have. and even the addictions that are so rampant now because it is so easy to get drugs and alcohol. it was happening for years ago but not like today. -- this is more of the american story than people are
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night, president clinton said if the sanctions keep going up, russia might have to examine deals with western countries when it comes to energy. >> we will pick that point up in a moment. talk to me about what is happening with ukraine. >> ukraine was another place that shell was looking to expand its business. and had an agreement with the central government of ukraine to explore for gas and a stable country. that part of the country is controlled by separatists. not something -- is going to be able to work on any time -- that is not something shells going to be able to work on in the future. on shall incote russia. should we be worried about the situation? davide serra is ceo and founder of algebris. tap on, so got the we should not worry about the russians turning the tap off. >> the market is underestimating this. ukraine, i cannot see a win-win, that is not what worries -- that is what worries me. , mistakes from geopolitical points of view. pushyas been a bit too with the anti-ballistic missiles in eastern europe. from a putin perspective, he lost the empire in russia. the
-- what i'm seing from where i'm sitting, what i read, is the lone superpower that bill clinton talked about that america could no longer afford to be, becoming weaker, everybody else is becoming emboldened. i see people flexing their muscles buzz of our weakness and lack of resolve that we have. where do you think this will lead? where do you think russia will end up? will they go into other areas? where there's a large russian-speaking population. do either of you see that? >> we see that there's a risk and the russians have influence in those areas but it is our policy to exact a coast -- a cost from the russians for their behavior that's in violation of international norms. >> and do you feel the sanction this is a we are talking about, that we've done, do you think they'll have any impact on russian's aggression? >> sir, the purpose of sanctions is to try to influence russian behavior, it's meant to bring it back within international norms. >> how is that working so far? ms. friedt? >> i couldn't -- >> if i may, sir. this could be a long process, sir. >> but again, do we have comp
, is the lone superpower that bill clinton talked about that america could no longer afford to be, becoming weaker, everybody else is becoming emboldened. i see people flexing their muscles buzz of our weakness and lack of resolve that we have. where do you think this will lead? where do you think russia will end up? will they go into other areas? where there's a large russian-speaking population. do either of you see that? >> we see that there's a risk and the russians have influence in those areas but it is our policy to exact a coast -- a cost from the russians for their behavior that's in violation of international norms. >> and do you feel the sanction this is a we are talking about, that we've done, do you think they'll have any impact on russian's agrecian? purpose of sanctions is to try to influence russian behavior, it's meant to bring it back within international norms. >> how is that working so far? s. friedt? >> i couldn't -- >> if i may, sir. this could be a long process, sir. >> but again, do we have compliance with other nations? are they putting strong sanctions in place too
and clinton said at the last defense imports could be replaced. the unique things that are produced by only one or two enterprises but we can do them anyway the question is only of time and money. it'll be a little expensive. among those added to the list with the sometimes and asset freezes his ego section head of state energy giant drops now the world's largest publicly traded oil company others included the deputy prime ministers in the chico zach and one of clinton's closest presidential advisors putin said last thursday the effect of sanctions was of no critical to these lengthy sections of focused mostly on individuals and companies rather than one dissenters of the economy but that option is now being seriously good but washington and brussels some trade representatives could do with that too aggressive and approach might push russia st east was trying to pointing out how attractive the regional red's to russia. yet the vocalist is currently forty percent the world's population and fifty six percent of global gdp. about forty five percent of the world trade. that is what asia pacific
. >> i do, too. hillary clinton, oprah winfrey, beyonce, j.k. rowling, they have all first-born in their families. first-born girls are more likely to succeed than first-born boys. by the way, i'm a first-born girl. for the record. the study, they found first-born women are 13% more ambitious than first-born boys and one possible reason, parents simply devote more time and energy to their daughters. and adam and i were talking, i said you think so? i remember my whole childhood, my mother stressing to me, you know, be independent. be your own woman. she always had a phrase, you can do bad by yourself. meaning why go and marry someone who's going to pull you down when you can pull yourself up. you don't need someone to determine your future. i think a lot of moms do that with their daughters. >> and dads. >> absolutely, and dads. >> i believe that's true. i would just say one thing. how do you define success? i mean, the study talks about hillary clinton and beyonce. but i think if you're a schoolteacher, a cop, or a small businessman, i think you've succeeded. >> i measure
from "the new york times." i want to play a bit of sound of bill clinton in detroit over the weekend talking to michigan democrats about the constraints and difficulties of being a former president. take a listen. >> one of the sad things at the end of the course, since you don't have any power, nobody cares what you say. except if your wife might run for something, then you got to avoid messing up too bad. >> if your wife might run for something -- chris and kate, back to you. >> that is not your best clinton impression. >> no. not at all. >> you have a better one. >> if your wife -- >> there you go. there you go. thanks, guys. >>> up ccoming up next on "new " tornadoes slam america's heartland. we've been talking about it all morning and it comes with deadly consequences. coming up, we're going to a local hospital for an update on the injured. >>> and we show there's so many questions for the search for flight 370. we actually have some answers. one of the experts is going to explain what is going to be in that upcoming report we've been talking about. stay with us. if you have mod
the clinton administration. theshe later served on california state public utility commission. and also served with comsat. she is now a principal and strategic counseling, rochelle chong. i would like to get some of that counseling. servedichael copps, who for over a decade at the fcc. one of the longer terms as a democratic member and also an acting chairman during a very important period. he served during the george w. bush and obama administrations. mike is now a special adviser to common cause and sits on the boards of free press and public knowledge. next is susan, who is a democratic fcc appointment, appointee during the clinton administration. she now is a senior fellow at the sais center -- >> pronounced "sice." >> good. and a founder of susan ness strategies, a member of the board of directors of the inept company. -- the gannett company. >> next is henry rivera. he was a democratic commissioner serving in a republican administration, that of ronald reagan. henry hasing the fcc practice communication law. and currently, i'm produce a, with our firm, where he serves as a partner. for
thing for the president to do. what he said was also said by secretaries clinton, hagel and kerry, but the chinese needed to hear it from the president himself. so that i think was a very good start to a very important trip. >> as you know, the white house has long talked about a so-called pivot to asia. we have ukraine boiling over. syria, mired in civil war. iraq once again descending into bloodshed. can that pivot really happen? >> well, it can happen and it needs to happen. and perhaps the president needs to pivot everywhere. because diplomacy is connected. one of the reasons why japan and south korea are so concerned about the united states is because of indecisive diplomacy on syria. and so these crises can spread from one part of the world to another. the president needs to be strong and firm in all of them because the possibility of this spreading around the globe is really very high. >> i'm curious from a financial perspective here, gordon, good news, in fact, for the u.s. economy. the report from the boston consulting group ranked the u.s. as being number two in global m
clinton's chance to run for office. cnn clocked in at two minutes, technically two minutes and ten seconds, i guess cnn is only interested in what is floating in the ocean. don't you think this is actual meaningful news and could fit into your unnecessary over dramatic hologram rooms, virtual reality ride and random street yelling? you can't use your holo-deck green screen room to talk about global warning, jason jones, show them how it is done. >> we are out here in the state of the art stimulation of what it will be like when we are all boiling in the world's rising oceans. >> jon: jason, you are in a hot tub, jason. you are in a hot tub. >> check this out. alcohoholo-deck off. >> best graphic team in the business. they are even able to crop out this ping-pong ball i wear for pleasure, for a different kind of effect (bleep). >> jon: i am thank you. i am glad i didn't know what you meant. you don't have to change that much as part of your month and a half long breathless plane search you have martin savidge underwater to demonstrate what it is like under water. you can easily do this for
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